The Connecting Industry Conference NSW will feature more than $12 billion of procurement opportunities within the New South Wales resource and construction industry delivered via live video streaming allowing you to connect, engage, network and have private face to face meetings with presenting projects and their teams, sponsors and other attendees.
First launched in Queensland during COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, Connecting Industry Conferences are online events designed to assist all tiers of the supply chain from SME’s through to large civil construction and engineering companies on the latest project and procurement information.
The goal is to connect industry by maximizing value based on sustainability for all Stakeholders i.e. business, projects, sponsors, and industry. Resource Industry Media believes industry and business can no longer justify thousands of dollars on tickets, travel, food, and accommodation to attend an event and are asking all Stakeholders to contribute with purpose where their social, economic, and environmental impact is minimal.
Attending the Connecting Industry Conference NSW on 18 February will not only provide access to the latest project and procurement information and network with project presenters, sponsors and participants but also build relationships in an economical, sustainable and responsible way.
Discovering the future exploring the latest procurement opportunities
The Connecting Industry Conference NSW, proudly sponsored by Loadscan, gives access to more than $12 billion of procurement opportunities within the New South Wales resource and construction sector without leaving the office.
Delivered via live video streaming, the Connecting Industry Conference NSW allows you to connect, engage, network and have private face to face meetings with presenting projects and their teams, sponsors and other attendees to build relationships and connect your business to success.
100% of profits from booking fees goes towards indigenous scholarships.
Sunrise Battery Materials Project by Clean TeQ
In the early years of operation Sunrise’s state-of-the-art processing facility will produce around 20,000 tonnes per annum of nickel and around 5,000 tonne per annum of cobalt, all in the form of high purity metal salts for the battery industry. Sunrise is designed with one of the lowest carbon footprints in the industry and the capacity to recycle spent battery cathode to recover metals. With a target to be one of the lowest-cost producers in the world, Sunrise is strategically placed to play a role in the electrification of the global auto industry and to support the growth of renewable power generation.
Uungula Wind Farm by CWP Renewables
The project includes a proposed 97 wind turbines and optionality for an energy storage facility and will have a generation capacity in the order of 400MW electricity – enough to power over 170,000 homes and avoid the emission of over a million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.
Following anticipated approval in early 2021 the project is anticipated to commence the approximately 2.5 year construction period in late 2021.
Hawsons Iron Project by Carpentaria Resources
David Watt, Inland Rail Head of Commercial
The Connecting Industry Conference NSW features four breakout sessions with speakers delivering presentations and discussions focused on the procurement space. Topics of discussion are based on the supply chain, business planning, operations management, business development and local content.
Jason Manttan, Inland Rail Supply Chain Manager
Kate Swain, McCullough Robertson Leading Environmental and Planning Lawyer
Nicola Curtis, Facilitator and Master of Ceremonies
Nicola is a qualified trainer, accredited auditor, and workplace rehabilitation coordinator and has extensive experience in mining, heavy manufacturing, transport and infrastructure including RTO management and oil and gas and is currently the Health, Safety, Environment, Quality and Security Manager for MAXAM Australia, PNG and the Pacific Islands.
Nicola is also a small business owner and is the managing director of OHS72 which provides high-quality custom-designed systems and training incorporating health, safety, environment and quality assurance management systems and certification audit programs across the resource and construction industry.